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SRHR Actors For Increased Development of Young People

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SEED Madagascar

SEED Madagascar (Sustainable Environment, Education & Development in Madagascar) is an award-winning British registered charity. Operating in the south-east of Madagascar, we manage a wide range of sustainable development and conservation projects within the town of Fort Dauphin, as well as with numerous rural communities across the Anosy region.

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Mpanazava Eto Madagasikara

Mpanazava eto Madagasikara belongs to the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts. The association reaches 45,000 members across Madagascar. We are one of the biggest associations in Madagascar dedicated to girls and young women. Our mission is to enable girls and young women to develop their full potential as responsible citizens through non-formal education.

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Madagascar Ankizy Fund

The goal of the Madagascar Ankizy Fund (‘ankizy’ meaning children in the Malagasy language) is to build schools and hold clinics in remote areas of Madagascar. We also support basic health and hygiene by providing training, digging clean water wells, distributing mosquito nets and installing latrines. The Madagascar Ankizy Fund was founded in 1998 by paleontologist Dr. David W. Krause, a professor in the Department of Anatomical Sciences at Stony Brook University. Dr. Krause, as well as various colleagues and students involved in paleontological research in Madagascar, are committed to improving the lives of Malagasy children.

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Youth First

Youth First is a Malagasy youth-led organization, founded in 2011 with the aim to empower Malagasy youth with the skills and opportunities that enable them to reach their full potential and to become agents of change in their communities. Our main activities include setting up capacity building programs for young people, developing tools for youth associations and structures, and advocating for youth inclusion in decision-making processes at all levels. Through the scaling up of their two flagship activities (the Young Women Leadership Program and the Boys Leadership Program), we have built a firm partnership with the Ministry of National Education and work in various fokontany around Madagascar.

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Ny Tanintsika

Ny Tanintsika’s mission is to contribute to poverty reduction and improve sustainable natural resource management through capacity-building and activities related to social, economic, and environmental development. We are also committed to the promotion of good governance in Madagascar.

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Centre Anjaranay – Cetamada

Anjaranay is a project dedicated to environmental, social and economic sustainable development. We are a dynamic organisation that is rooted in partnerships and community involvement. Anjaranay is based in Sainte-Marie.

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Tanora Garan’Teen

Tanora Garan’Teen is a project developed by young people, for young in Madagascar. Alongside UNFPA and Ministry of Youth and Sport we empower young people to reach their full potential.

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Groupement du Sud

  • Association
  • 5 regions, Madagascar

Groupement du Sud is an association dedicated to nutrition, WASH, sexual and reproductive health education and mass mobilisation. Groupement du Sud is currently exploring the anthropological aspect of abortion alongside the Institut Pasteur de Madagascar and USAID.

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Marie Stopes Madagascar

MARIE STOPES MADAGASCAR (MSM) is a national NGO created in 1992, partner of MARIE STOPES INTERNATIONAL, and is a leading organization in reproductive health in Madagascar whose main role is to promote the rights of women to be able to decide whether and when to have children. MSM does this through advocacy as well as the provision of reproductive health information and services. Serving more than 500,000 women, men and youth each year, MSM uses five main service delivery channels (fix clinics, mobile outreach teams, networks of private and public social franchising, community nurses – MSLadies) to cover all the 22 Regions of Madagascar and target urban as well as rural people in hard-to-reach remote areas. During the year 2017, MSM offered more than 975 000 reproductive health services of which 80% were family planning methods, producing more than 1 278 000 couple-year-protection (CYP). We estimate that those services will avert 420 000 unintended pregnancies, 1 000 maternal deaths and will save more than $ 23 500 000 in the health system in Madagascar. Furthermore, 48% of women using modern contraceptive methods in Madagascar get their methods from MSM and, from 2009 till present, MSM contributed to increase contraceptive prevalence rate for 7%.

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Médecins du Monde

Médecins du Monde-France is an international NGO working in the field of health and intervention in Madagascar since 1987. The programs currently underway for 2018 are as follows:
- A cardiac surgery program, based in Antananarivo,
- Maxillofacial and visceral surgery also based in Antananarivo,
- An HIV program, based in Antananarivo, Tulear, Tamatave, Majunga and Diego
- An SRH program based in Antananarivo aimed at reducing the morbidity and mortality caused by unintended pregnancies, particularly among young people and adolescents (10-24 years old).
This SRHR project has two main objectives. Firstly, it aims to support existing SRH services by engaging with seven CSBs in the city of Antananarivo in the hope to sensitise community-based organisations on mobilisation around Sexual and Reproductive Law. Secondly, the project advocates for the adoption of policies that promote better protection and promotion of sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR).

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Blue Ventures

Blue Ventures works with coastal communities to rebuild tropical fisheries and catalyse locally led marine conservation. We work in places where the ocean is vital to local cultures, economies and livelihoods. These are often remote locations where communities have limited access to basic health and education services. For over a decade we have integrated reproductive health services into our community-based conservation and livelihoods activities, generating improvements in health and food security, more effective natural resource management, greater gender equality and strengthened community resilience to climate change.

Funders

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Amplify Change

AmplifyChange is a multi-donor challenge fund to support civil society advocacy for sexual and reproductive health and rights. We are a fund which aims to empower young people, men and women to realise their sexual and reproductive rights.

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